Kelsey Family CIC - New Recovery Hub Community Space OPEN DAY - Saturday, 20th April 2024

Posted on: 18 Apr 2024

We're pleased to announced the new Recovery Hub, run by Kelsey Family CIC, which is for individuals and those affected by recovery from Drug and/or Alcohol use. 

Recovery Community Spaces are community spaces that are open to anyone, regardless of their treatment status.

The Recovery Hub:

  • offers a range of support and activities to help people sustain long term recovery.
  • encourages and strengths recovery networks by connecting people and families in recovery.
  • aims to reduce stigma by making recovery visible to the wider community.

OPEN DAY - Saturday, 20th April 2024

1924 Arcade, Campbell Street, Belper, DE56 1AP

For more information about the open day and the ongoing timetable of events at the hub please see the below posters:  

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